Ontario Campground Directory
Ottawa Ontario Camping & Campgrounds
Campgrounds in Canada's
capital region. In and around he city of Ottawa.
Let your spirits soar in Canada's capital region where over
300 years of nation building have blanketed the landscape with glorious heritage
buildings, diverse museums and cultural venues. Meander along the banks of the
historic Rideau Canal and watch boats being lifted by hand-operated locks dating
back to 1832. Board an elegant Edwardian style vessel for a cruise on the Ottawa
River. Go museum hopping through all your special interests and be sure to try a
BeaverTail - a unique, sweet pastry treat. Plan to spend your vacation in a
capital destination - a place of endless attractions and warm hospitality that's
an engaging blend of English and French. Visit Parliament Hill to witness the
colourful Changing of the Guard ceremony and the endless carpet of brilliant
blooms during the world's largest tulip festival. Museum hop for days and
include the magnificent Canadian Museum of Civilization where you can immerse
yourself in a thousand years of Canadian history. .
Hills ( Ottawa )
Our campground is beautifully maintained with mostly grassy sites and
many trees. 50 amp Backin and PullThru sites with Water and Sewer
for larger RVs. Pull-thru sites 30amp sites with Water, Electricity.
Some all weather sites. Back in 30 amp sites with Water, Electricity,
and Sewer connections. Water and Electric, 15 amp, sites for smaller RVs
and tent trailers. The remainder of the park accommodates tent sites and
group camping. Special rates for service groups such as Boy Scouts. Our
camp ground includes many amenities designed to make your stay with us
as easy and friendly as possible, this includes our new Free Wireless
A family campground idyllically located on the banks of the quiet
meandering Mississippi River. Our campground has a country
cottage type of atmosphere where you can relax and enjoy nature, on your
own, or with some of the wonderful friends that you will make here.
Guests are always welcome to enjoy the park with you.
This quiet river is navigable for approximately 5 kilometres. Rapids at
either end of this stretch add interest for the canoeist and prevent
other boaters from using this part of the river. Only our campers and a
few cottagers use this stretch. The fishing is excellent and comparable
to most of the lakes in the area. The slow current is ideal for fishing,
swimming and canoeing.